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Suffolk County Transit Fares & Information

Questions, Suggestions, Complaints?
Call Suffolk County Transit Information Service

Regular fare $1.50
Student fare $1.00
Between 14 to 22 years old. High School/College ID required.
Children under 5 years old FREE
Limit 3 children accompanied by adult.
Senior, Person with Disabilities and
Medicare Card Holders 50 cents
Personal Care Attendant FREE
When traveling to assist passenger with disabilities.
Transfer 25 cents
Available on request when paying fare
Good for two (2) connecting buses
Valid for two (2) hours from time received
Not valid for return trip
Special restrictions may apply (see transfer)

631.852.5200

Monday to Friday 8:00 am to 4:30pm

SCAT Paratransit Service
Paratransit Bus Service is available to ADA eligible passengers. To register or for more information, call Office for People with Disabilities at 631.853.8333.

Large Print Bus Schedules
To obtain a large print copy of this or other Suffolk
County Transit bus schedules, call 631.852.5200 or visit www.sct-bus.org

Additional Transportation Services
HART. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 631.427.8287
NICE, Nassau Inter-County Express. . . . 516.228.4000
MTA LONG ISLAND RAIL ROAD. . . . . . 718.217.5477
511NYRideshare. . . . . . . . . . 511 and say "Rideshare"

Passengers Please
• Have exact fare ready; Driver cannot handle money.

• Passengers must deposit their own fare.

• Arrive earlier than scheduled departure time.

• Tell driver your destination.

• SCT Drivers announce Major Bus Stop locations.

•  moking, drinking, eating and playing of radios is prohibited
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on buses.

Bike Racks
Available on all Suffolk County Transit (SCT) bus routes.

Reduced Fare for Seniors, Persons with Disabilities and Medicare Card Holders
Persons with valid, municipally issued cards…...

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